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7276921712
St Petersburg, FL 33701
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$ 64,900.00
105 15TH AVE SE
Sail Boats
TAYANA
1979
37
Fiberglass
1
Diesel
Perkins
50
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1979 Tayana 37 Cutter Rigged Pilothouse Ketch ... a very rare find !

Full restored from the keel up (2015)
NEW Masts and Rigging (2015)
NEW Pilothouse (2015)
Perkin 4-108 (300 hrs. SMO) (2015)
NEW Solar Panels and Wind Generator (2015)
NEW Electronics (2015)
NEW Galley ( Propane Stove / Adler Barbour Ref-Freezer / SS Sink ) (2015)
NEW Jabsco Head & Plumbing (2015)
NEW 110 / 12v System Wiring (2015 - 2017)
Records indicate that 'Maciejka III is the last Tayana 37 Pilot House Built, the ONLY Ketch Rigged version and it would be hard to find a better blue water vessel in her size on the market today. This Tayana 37 Pilothouse Cutter Ketch is designed to take you cruising anywhere in the world safely and comfortably.

For additional information or to arrange a view, please contact Jim Clark, Central Listing Broker directly on his cell at (727) 692-1712 or via email at jim@fillinghanyachts.com.



You can also contact Bob Fillingham Direct: (727) 460-5687 or Sharlet Fillingham Direct: (727)403-0520 or by email at sales@fillinghamyachts.com or visit our website, www.fillinghamyachts.com.



Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer
Builder: Ta Yang Yacht Building (Taiwan)
Designer: Robert Perry
Dimensions
Cruising Speed: 7 kn Max Speed: 7.5 kn LOA: 41 ft 10 in
LWL: 31 ft Length on Deck: 37 ft Beam: 11 ft 6 in
Max Draft: 5 ft 8 in Cabin Headroom: 6 ft 4 in Total: 950 ft²
Mainsail: 351.08 ft² Headsail: 495.3 ft² Ballast: 7140 lb
Displacement: 22500 lb Windlass: Manual Windlass Electrical Circuit: 12V
Number of Cabins: 2 Number of Heads: 1
Engines
Engine #1
Engine Make: Perkins Engine Model: 4-108 Primary Engines: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Year: 1979 Hours: 300
Power: 50 hp Propeller Type: 3 Blade
Tankage
Fuel Tanks #: 100 Fuel Tanks Material: Aluminum Fresh Water Tanks #: 94
Fresh Water Tanks Material: Stainless Steel
Accommodations
Forward v-berth with a starboard quarter berth. Inline settee mid ship to starboard
U-shaped dinette mid ship to port. This can be lowered and made in to a bed
Single head includes NEW Jabsco manual flush toilet, oval S/S sink with pressure water as well as foot operated tap for fresh, vanity with stowage, Y-Valve for holding tank or over board discharge ?
Finished with teak cabinetry
Sole is teak and holy
Stowage throughout the boat
Galley
NEW (2015) Force 10 Gimbaled - 2 burner propane stove with oven
NEW (2015) Adler Barbor Ref / Freezer (upper & lower access)
NEW (2015) S/S sink
NEW Pressure Water System
NEW 6 Gal H/W Heater
Secure propane locker below port side cockpit seat


Electronics
NEW (2015) Garmin 741 GPS Chartplotter
Furuno Radar (16 Mile range) (NEW 2015)
Raymarine Depth Finder
NEW (2015) Uniden VHF
AM/FM/CD/MP3 Player (NEW 2015)
Electrical
110 / 12 System (all new wiring (2015)
NEW 130 AMP Solar Panel with Controller
NEW Centrex Charger
SOUTHWIND Wind Generator (German) w/ Charger & Controller
(5) AGM Batteries NEW (2015)
30 AMP Shore power Cable


Hull and Deck
The Tayana 37 is a RARE and classic full keel double-ender Cutter Ketch rigged Pilothouse
This is a cutter rig configuration, carrying a lot of sail with the help of a bowsprit
Small volume cockpit, well suited in mitigating the risk of cockpit flooding from following seas. Well noted as safe, secure with high coamings
Full Keel with a Keel-hung rudder is supported by the 1 5/8" S/S rudder stock supported by a center gudgeon and pintail and a bottom bracket providing good support
The vessel was hauled-out and dry docked in early 2015 for a refit and update from the keel up.
Original teak decks were removed and replaced with fiberglass and Awlgripped.
New bottom (stripped to gelcoat - new barrier coat and bottom paint)
All NEW Through Hulls
New custom pilot-house enclosure
Original wooded mast was replaced with Aluminum Mast
All NEW rigging with Stainless Steel Wire
The hull is very strong and built using a generous amount of glass. The deck is balsa cored to save on topside weight. Ballast is cast iron and internal to the keel cavity and glassed over.